Communication In Remote and Rural Practice

Good communication is essential to teamwork, developing successful relationships with clients and colleagues, and managing conflict. It can also contribute to preventing many treatment related adverse events.  Achieving effective communication can be particularly challenging when working in remote and rural areas with virtual teams, visiting services and working across cultures.  Given the importance of communication in your role, it is worth investing some time in developing these skills, to help you communicate effectively.

We have created the following learning module to develop your understanding of communications skills and increase competence in the management of these issues. The module will take between 30-45 minutes to complete. Click on the below tab to access the module, which will open in a new window.


Communication in Remote and Rural Practice Learning Package


Communication & You

As you complete the module think about your communication skills:

  • Do you think you communicate well with your colleagues and clients?
  • What do you think are your communication strengths and weaknesses?
  • How can you develop your communication skills?